New research projects in FISA http://www.fisaonline.de/ Here you will find the latest 20 projects that have been included in the Information System for Agriculture and Food Research (FISA). en-en Federal Office for Agriculture and Food TYPO3 Humuvation - Innovative cultivation systems to promote yield stability and humus formation Agriculture has the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and fix carbon through innovative farming systems and humus building. In this project, cultivation systems are combined and adapted to the climatic conditions in Hessen in order to ensure humus formation and yield stability. Multifactorial effects on the environment, climate and food production through the use of new intercropping mixtures and innovative cultivation systems will be scientifically investigated. One result is to be a practical guide for agricultural arable farms.

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Mulching vegetables - Economic vegetable cultivation in a natural mulching system Mulch systems could make a contribution to sustainability of food by dispensing with pesticides or promoting humus formation. The OG combines the transfer and In-situ to a combined mulching process. An innovative planting machine, the MulchTec Planter, is intended to compensate for the work involved in mulch planting. The aim is to produce high-quality, regional vegetables with ecological added value at prices similar to those of common vegetables. Farms in 'non-vegetable regions' should also produce sustainable vegetables.

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Vegetable coal as poultry litter - Residue biomass to (Activated) carbon: prevent foot pad lesions in poultry husbandry High ammonia concentrations in the stable air and the occurrence of foot pad lesions can severely impair the welfare of broilers. The main cause is damp and dirty litter. The property of plant and activated carbon is used as a substrate to bind pollutants and nutrients. This will be tested with sustainably produced carbon from residual biomass. The aim is to improve animal health and welfare and to promote regional value chains and closed material cycles.

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Practice-research-bees: improvement of varroa management strategies for hessian beekeeper One cause of the loss of entire bee colonies is the varroa mite. The chemical treatment of bees can lead to residues in honey. Alternatively, biotechnical methods can be used. These still have development potential. This project plans the network 'practical bee research' of researchers and beekeepers to develop innovative diagnosis and treatment strategies. An EIP-Varroa counter will also developed. This consists of a construction with a camera that takes a photo of a soil inlay in order to evaluate it on site and to make an infestation diagnosis.

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Animal welfare dairy cattle Hesse- Provision and further development of a practical animal welfare tool for dairy farms In the EU, the aim is to improve animal welfare standards, which means that livestock farms are obliged to carry out their own checks. The 'Animal Welfare Tool Dairy Cattle' has already been developed to facilitate this task. This Excel application is to be tested on 40 dairy farms in Hesse. To record and evaluate the animal welfare situation of the farms. In addition, the tool is to be tested for its practical suitability and developed into a freely available consulting tool. This should enable the uniform control of animal welfare indicators.  

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Collaborative project: Fast flowering in winter wheat by vernalization-independent induction of spike formation - subproject 5 The FASTFLOW project aims at shortening the time needed per generation in the context of winter wheat breeding by overcoming the requirement for cold- and shortday-induced vernalization, which will significantly accelerate breeding progress. The methods to be developed are based on the treatment of seedlings with technically produced active substances, whose natural counterparts are known to trigger the transition from vegetative to generative plant development. The vernalisation phase at temperatures just above the freezing point, which takes about two months per generation of winter wheat to complete, thus becomes obsolete, saving costs and above all time.

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Collaborative project: Fast flowering in winter wheat by vernalization-independent induction of spike formation - subproject 4 The FASTFLOW project aims at shortening the time needed per generation in the context of winter wheat breeding by overcoming the requirement for cold- and shortday-induced vernalization, which will significantly accelerate breeding progress. The methods to be developed are based on the treatment of seedlings with technically produced active substances, whose natural counterparts are known to trigger the transition from vegetative to generative plant development. The vernalisation phase at temperatures just above the freezing point, which takes about two months per generation of winter wheat to complete, thus becomes obsolete, saving costs and above all time.

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Collaborative project: Fast flowering in winter wheat by vernalization-independent induction of spike formation - subproject 3 The FASTFLOW project aims at shortening the time needed per generation in the context of winter wheat breeding by overcoming the requirement for cold- and shortday-induced vernalization, which will significantly accelerate breeding progress. The methods to be developed are based on the treatment of seedlings with technically produced active substances, whose natural counterparts are known to trigger the transition from vegetative to generative plant development. The vernalisation phase at temperatures just above the freezing point, which takes about two months per generation of winter wheat to complete, thus becomes obsolete, saving costs and above all time.

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Collaborative project: Fast flowering in winter wheat by vernalization-independent induction of spike formation - subproject 2 The FASTFLOW project aims at shortening the time needed per generation in the context of winter wheat breeding by overcoming the requirement for cold- and shortday-induced vernalization, which will significantly accelerate breeding progress. The methods to be developed are based on the treatment of seedlings with technically produced active substances, whose natural counterparts are known to trigger the transition from vegetative to generative plant development. The vernalisation phase at temperatures just above the freezing point, which takes about two months per generation of winter wheat to complete, thus becomes obsolete, saving costs and above all time.

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Collaborative project: Fast flowering in winter wheat by vernalization-independent induction of spike formation - subproject 1 The FASTFLOW project aims at shortening the time needed per generation in the context of winter wheat breeding by overcoming the requirement for cold- and shortday-induced vernalization, which will significantly accelerate breeding progress. The methods to be developed are based on the treatment of seedlings with technically produced active substances, whose natural counterparts are known to trigger the transition from vegetative to generative plant development. The vernalisation phase at temperatures just above the freezing point, which takes about two months per generation of winter wheat to complete, thus becomes obsolete, saving costs and above all time.

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Collaborative project: Implementation of urea inhibitor formulation for ammonia mitigation as well as sustainable, animal and environmental friendly cattle husbandry. Subproject 4 The results of research project REDUCE (FKZ: 28RZ372030; 28RF372031) clearly prove the significant reduction of ammonia emissions (NH3 emissions) by 40 to 60 % caused by regular applying urease inhibitor (UI) under practically relevant conditions in naturally ventilated dairy barns. Additional outcome of the project is a usable UI formulation. Based on this the project Prax-REDUCE should accomplish the prerequisites, which are finally necessary to transfer and establish UI usage in broad agricultural practice (cattle farming). Thereby, a feasible, manageable, good controllable and documentable NH3 mitigation measure should made ready for the market, easily applicable in various types of (dairy) barns. The intended end-to-end solution consisting of UI formulation + doser + mixing and filling unit + application technique is a worldwide new, innovative approach with large reduction capability. This could make an essential contribution to achieve and satisfy German obligations under Directive (EU) 2016/2284 on the reduction of national emissions of certain atmospheric pollutions (ammonia emissions: by 5 % for any year from 2020 to 2029, by 29 % from 2030).

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Collaborative project: Implementation of urea inhibitor formulation for ammonia mitigation as well as sustainable, animal and environmental friendly cattle husbandry. Subproject 7 The results of research project REDUCE (FKZ: 28RZ372030; 28RF372031) clearly prove the significant reduction of ammonia emissions (NH3 emissions) by 40 to 60 % caused by regular applying urease inhibitor (UI) under practically relevant conditions in naturally ventilated dairy barns. Additional outcome of the project is a usable UI formulation. Based on this the project Prax-REDUCE should accomplish the prerequisites, which are finally necessary to transfer and establish UI usage in broad agricultural practice (cattle farming). Thereby, a feasible, manageable, good controllable and documentable NH3 mitigation measure should made ready for the market, easily applicable in various types of (dairy) barns. The intended end-to-end solution consisting of UI formulation + doser + mixing and filling unit + application technique is a worldwide new, innovative approach with large reduction capability. This could make an essential contribution to achieve and satisfy German obligations under Directive (EU) 2016/2284 on the reduction of national emissions of certain atmospheric pollutions (ammonia emissions: by 5 % for any year from 2020 to 2029, by 29 % from 2030).

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Collaborative project: Implementation of urea inhibitor formulation for ammonia mitigation as well as sustainable, animal and environmental friendly cattle husbandry. Subproject 6 The results of research project REDUCE (FKZ: 28RZ372030; 28RF372031) clearly prove the significant reduction of ammonia emissions (NH3 emissions) by 40 to 60 % caused by regular applying urease inhibitor (UI) under practically relevant conditions in naturally ventilated dairy barns. Additional outcome of the project is a usable UI formulation. Based on this the project Prax-REDUCE should accomplish the prerequisites, which are finally necessary to transfer and establish UI usage in broad agricultural practice (cattle farming). Thereby, a feasible, manageable, good controllable and documentable NH3 mitigation measure should made ready for the market, easily applicable in various types of (dairy) barns. The intended end-to-end solution consisting of UI formulation + doser + mixing and filling unit + application technique is a worldwide new, innovative approach with large reduction capability. This could make an essential contribution to achieve and satisfy German obligations under Directive (EU) 2016/2284 on the reduction of national emissions of certain atmospheric pollutions (ammonia emissions: by 5 % for any year from 2020 to 2029, by 29 % from 2030).

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Collaborative project: Implementation of urea inhibitor formulation for ammonia mitigation as well as sustainable, animal and environmental friendly cattle husbandry. Subproject 5 The results of research project REDUCE (FKZ: 28RZ372030; 28RF372031) clearly prove the significant reduction of ammonia emissions (NH3 emissions) by 40 to 60 % caused by regular applying urease inhibitor (UI) under practically relevant conditions in naturally ventilated dairy barns. Additional outcome of the project is a usable UI formulation. Based on this the project Prax-REDUCE should accomplish the prerequisites, which are finally necessary to transfer and establish UI usage in broad agricultural practice (cattle farming). Thereby, a feasible, manageable, good controllable and documentable NH3 mitigation measure should made ready for the market, easily applicable in various types of (dairy) barns. The intended end-to-end solution consisting of UI formulation + doser + mixing and filling unit + application technique is a worldwide new, innovative approach with large reduction capability. This could make an essential contribution to achieve and satisfy German obligations under Directive (EU) 2016/2284 on the reduction of national emissions of certain atmospheric pollutions (ammonia emissions: by 5 % for any year from 2020 to 2029, by 29 % from 2030).

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Collaborative project: Implementation of urea inhibitor formulation for ammonia mitigation as well as sustainable, animal and environmental friendly cattle husbandry. Subproject 3 The results of research project REDUCE (FKZ: 28RZ372030; 28RF372031) clearly prove the significant reduction of ammonia emissions (NH3 emissions) by 40 to 60 % caused by regular applying urease inhibitor (UI) under practically relevant conditions in naturally ventilated dairy barns. Additional outcome of the project is a usable UI formulation. Based on this the project Prax-REDUCE should accomplish the prerequisites, which are finally necessary to transfer and establish UI usage in broad agricultural practice (cattle farming). Thereby, a feasible, manageable, good controllable and documentable NH3 mitigation measure should made ready for the market, easily applicable in various types of (dairy) barns. The intended end-to-end solution consisting of UI formulation + doser + mixing and filling unit + application technique is a worldwide new, innovative approach with large reduction capability. This could make an essential contribution to achieve and satisfy German obligations under Directive (EU) 2016/2284 on the reduction of national emissions of certain atmospheric pollutions (ammonia emissions: by 5 % for any year from 2020 to 2029, by 29 % from 2030).

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Collaborative project: Implementation of urea inhibitor formulation for ammonia mitigation as well as sustainable, animal and environmental friendly cattle husbandry. Subproject 2 The results of research project REDUCE (FKZ: 28RZ372030; 28RF372031) clearly prove the significant reduction of ammonia emissions (NH3 emissions) by 40 to 60 % caused by regular applying urease inhibitor (UI) under practically relevant conditions in naturally ventilated dairy barns. Additional outcome of the project is a usable UI formulation. Based on this the project Prax-REDUCE should accomplish the prerequisites, which are finally necessary to transfer and establish UI usage in broad agricultural practice (cattle farming). Thereby, a feasible, manageable, good controllable and documentable NH3 mitigation measure should made ready for the market, easily applicable in various types of (dairy) barns. The intended end-to-end solution consisting of UI formulation + doser + mixing and filling unit + application technique is a worldwide new, innovative approach with large reduction capability. This could make an essential contribution to achieve and satisfy German obligations under Directive (EU) 2016/2284 on the reduction of national emissions of certain atmospheric pollutions (ammonia emissions: by 5 % for any year from 2020 to 2029, by 29 % from 2030).

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Collaborative project: Implementation of urea inhibitor formulation for ammonia mitigation as well as sustainable, animal and environmental friendly cattle husbandry. Subproject 1 The results of research project REDUCE (FKZ: 28RZ372030; 28RF372031) clearly prove the significant reduction of ammonia emissions (NH3 emissions) by 40 to 60 % caused by regular applying urease inhibitor (UI) under practically relevant conditions in naturally ventilated dairy barns. Additional outcome of the project is a usable UI formulation. Based on this the project Prax-REDUCE should accomplish the prerequisites, which are finally necessary to transfer and establish UI usage in broad agricultural practice (cattle farming). Thereby, a feasible, manageable, good controllable and documentable NH3 mitigation measure should made ready for the market, easily applicable in various types of (dairy) barns. The intended end-to-end solution consisting of UI formulation + doser + mixing and filling unit + application technique is a worldwide new, innovative approach with large reduction capability. This could make an essential contribution to achieve and satisfy German obligations under Directive (EU) 2016/2284 on the reduction of national emissions of certain atmospheric pollutions (ammonia emissions: by 5 % for any year from 2020 to 2029, by 29 % from 2030).

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Collaborative project: Agrophotovoltaics as a resilience concept for adaptation to climate change in fruit growing. Subproject 3 The overarching objective of the project applied for here is to contribute to increasing resilience in fruit growing and to contribute to resource-efficient land use in order to counter land use conflicts between ground mounted photovoltaic power plants and agriculture with new findings, techniques and actor constellations. The subordinate objective of the project is the development and implementation of an APV fruit cultivation prototype and its scientific monitoring. Fruit growing is the cultivation of pome fruit, stone fruit or soft fruit (wild fruit). The project is to be carried out using the example of tree fruit cultivation with the largest area under cultivation, the apple.

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Collaborative project: Agrophotovoltaics as a resilience concept for adaptation to climate change in fruit growing. Subproject 2 The overarching objective of the project applied for here is to contribute to increasing resilience in fruit growing and to contribute to resource-efficient land use in order to counter land use conflicts between ground mounted photovoltaic power plants and agriculture with new findings, techniques and actor constellations. The subordinate objective of the project is the development and implementation of an APV fruit cultivation prototype and its scientific monitoring. Fruit growing is the cultivation of pome fruit, stone fruit or soft fruit (wild fruit). The project is to be carried out using the example of tree fruit cultivation with the largest area under cultivation, the apple.

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Collaborative project: Agrophotovoltaics as a resilience concept for adaptation to climate change in fruit growing. Subproject 1 The overarching objective of the project applied for here is to contribute to increasing resilience in fruit growing and to contribute to resource-efficient land use in order to counter land use conflicts between ground mounted photovoltaic power plants and agriculture with new findings, techniques and actor constellations. The subordinate objective of the project is the development and implementation of an APV fruit cultivation prototype and its scientific monitoring. Fruit growing is the cultivation of pome fruit, stone fruit or soft fruit (wild fruit). The project is to be carried out using the example of tree fruit cultivation with the largest area under cultivation, the apple.

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